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B.C. Greens: NDP government should cancel Site C project

The B.C. Green party has challenged the provincial NDP government’s stance that the controversial Site C Dam must go ahead because it has gone past “the point of no return,” calling for the province...

Pressure increases for federal review of Teck's Castle project

Jonathan Wilkinson under pressure to add federal layer to environmental review of new coal mine

Trudeau government commits to energy efficiency

Federal government takes up IEA’s recommendations for ‘green recovery’

B.C. businesses urged to use no cost recycling service for lighting products

Many different types of lights exist and your business is most likely using a range of them. Some light bulbs contain small amounts of hazardous material that people aren’t aware of. For example,...

Climate change risks need to be addressed at board level

Director specializing in climate change not needed, lawyer says

Home retrofits deliver biggest bang for buck: IEA

Building retrofits a top job producer in green economy recommendations

Is there a green light for the green economy?

COVID-19 crisis outlines road map for climate action initiatives

Tides Canada rebrands following ‘smear campaign’

Tides Canada distances itself from American namesake, rebrands as MakeWay

Langley company nets $200,000 in environmental fines

Petroleum storage tank identification numbers not visible

LNG expansion proposal on Fraser River open for public comment

The provincial government is now welcoming public comments until July 16 on a major expansion for the Tilbury LNG plant in Delta. As proposed, the “Tilbury Phase 2 LNG Expansion Project” would...